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LEGO has revealed its tallest ever set – a breathtaking model of the Eiffel Tower.
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This holiday season, in a world that seems anxious on many fronts, maybe a good gift would be a jigsaw puzzle. Call it piecing together some personal peace; puzzle therapy.
The word was looked up on the Cambridge Dictionary website more than 79,000 times this year, with 65,401 searches taking place in one day — May 5.
Here's the sitch, Scrabble stans. Your convos around the board are about to get more interesting with about 500 new words and variations added to the game's official dictionary.
There’s a reason why gift cards are the most popular gift for over 10 years running.
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Adults. They, too, need fun stuff for the holidays. There's a wide range of gifty possibilities this holiday season. Try Wordle: The Party Game, which builds on the massively popular word adventure scooped up by The New York Times. For baby boomers, Dylan's Candy Bar sells a plastic tackle box full of nostalgic treats like throwback Zots and Chick-O-Sticks. Schwinn makes a scooter for grown-ups that looks like a bike. For theater lovers, why not gift BroadwayHD, a streaming service with more than 300 theater productions. Lego is selling a 1,164-piece set based on the TV hit “The Office.” If none of that does the trick, reach for a pricey bottle of booze, or an Advent calendar full of licorice.
Aliens are invading, and you have lost your family. Can you find and save them?
Throwing a holiday party takes a lot of effort. Thank your host or hostess this year by bringing one of these budget-friendly gifts to the next celebration.
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Despite the release of Forza and Halo Infinite, Xbox Head Phil Spencer thinks the Xbox first-party exclusives are something the console is missing.